Ukrainian, Georgian Military General Staff discuss cooperation on mountain, special operations forces training
Chief of the General Staff of the Ukrainian Armed Forces Viktor Muzhenko and Chief of the General Staff of the Georgian Armed Forces Vakhtang Kapanadze have discussed cooperation between the two states on mountain and special operations training.
The General Staff of the Armed Forces of Ukraine reported on Wednesday that at meeting in Georgia, Muzhenko and Kapanadze established goals for bilateral cooperation, in particular, for mountain training for infantry units and special operations forces.
According to the report, the officers also discussion the rehabilitation of the servicemen of the Armed Forces of Ukraine and National Guard in Georgia, as well as learning from Georgian experience in using modern simulation systems for military combat.
Muzhenko also visited the medical and psychological rehabilitation center of Georgia Defense Ministry in Tserovani where Ukrainian military personnel are currently undergoing treatment.
He also visited Krtsanisi Military Education Center to see the Didgori 2015 inter-agency command and staff exercise of the Georgian Armed Forces, and also examined U.S. JCATS and MILES simulators.